Each day of the week seems to have an alliterative theme... You know like, "Wacky Wednesday", "Freebie Friday" etc.
I wish I had the gumption to do the blog every day... I just don't!
I started blogging about this time last year because I was no longer working and I was B-O-R-E-D at home. I do it because I enjoy cooking and sharing yummy recipes! I blog because I like showing off what we have made with Stampin' Up! supplies, and show that YOU can make it too!
I'm not technologically advanced enough to add all of those fancy doo-dads to my blog.
All in all, it's a pretty simple and straightforward endeavor!
I write on there to share with everyone and to "keep in touch" with those that are far away. If I get a new reader or Stampin' Up! customer along the way - that is wonderful! But really, I just do it to keep busy.
So, as I get ready to begin a second year of this blog, thank you for being a loyal reader/customer/friend!
So what does "M" in Monday stand for?
Today it stands for MPP - My Paper Pumpkin! MPP is a monthly craft kit that Stamping Up offers. Sometimes you make cards. Other times you get to try your hand at various paper projects!
Each monthly kit cost $19.95, shipping and handling fee included.
The kit contains everything you need: paper, ink, rubber stamps, embellishments, etc. You'll receive a clear block with your first kit so that you can use it and all subsequent kits.
You can buy a pre-paid subscription or pay by the month! You can stop your subscription anytime, and you can even pause the monthly delivery (for whatever reason).
I have been very pleased with all kits that I have received since I subscribed back in June. What is even more fun these days is, the last two months I have assembled my kit with a friend (or friends)! I'm hoping that our MPP group continues to grow, because it is so much fun to get together to assemble your kits!
For more information, to subscribe, or to purchase a pre-paid subscription (it makes a great gift!) please follow this link:
If you choose to subscribe, I would be thrilled if you listed me as your demonstrator!
What I like about MPP is that you don't have to be a rubberstamper or even a crafter to complete each kit! Everything you need is in that little red box! SU! even has a video online if you prefer watching over reading instructions.
Anyhoo... the kit that arrived in December was called "All Shook Up":
The kit included everything you need to make nine of the really cute shaker cards shown!
Upon opening the box, before I even removed the supplies for the shaker cards, I saw that Stampin' Up! included a free gift! I guess, because it was Christmas time? Aren't they wonderful?!
Nancy, Patty, and I had lots of fun putting these cards together!
There is a card we found on Pinterest made with the leftover "negative space" of the confetti stars:
Patty even sent me this picture once she got home:
Besides these nine cards, I know I will get plenty of use for the stamp set that came with the kit:
Can't wait to see what we get next month!
Whatever it may be I'm sure it will be delightful!
Hope you join our little get together!